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New books at Fish Hoek Library May 2013

Fish Hoek Library has a host of exciting new titles on its shelves.

 
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Glencairn author Sheila Mary Taylor publishes latest book

Local author Sheila Mary Taylor (Sheila Belshaw) of Glencairn has published her new book, Dance to a Tangled Web, as an e-book, available from Amazon.

 
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New Books in Fish Hoek Library August 2012

There new books at Fish Hoek Library will bring variety to your reading!

 
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Rhumba by Elaine Proctor

Again narrated by a child but a total contrast to the Hoopoes.  Elaine Proctor is a South African but the book is set in Tottenham Court Road among Congolese refugees.  The book opens with  the boy shooting doves withRead more

 
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When Hoopoes go to Heaven by Gaile Parkin

A delightful follow-up to Baking Cakes in Kigali.  The family are spending a year in Swaziland. Benedict, the middle child, is the narrator. He spends hours studying the natural world around him and reading about it. He also hasRead more

 
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An Elegy for Easterly by Petina Gappah

This is a new Zimbabwean writer who was short-listed for Guardian First Book Prize.  It is a collection of short stories distinguished by a caustic wit…  “The unofficial wife in the small house had now become the Second FirstRead more

 
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